Diecut Gas Signs can make be a great addition to any home, garage or business. Many people collect and covet these signs from many different companies such as Pennzoil, Valvoline, Derby and Union 76. The bigger named companies such as Exxon, Shell, Phillips 66 and Mobil, have a large number of followers who are willing to pay a lot of money to be owner of these prized possessions but are not nearly as popular as the smaller companies including Gilmore and Signal.
Before the automobile market started growing, gas stations were very rare and could only be found in big cities and along the more popular highways of that time. It wasn't until after 1910 that the business started expanding and competition grew that many of these signs were produced on materials such as steel and porcelain.